Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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The former chef for the Royal Family prepared lunch for the Dalai Lama, foraged for wild mushrooms with Prince Charles and toted cream from the Royal Dairy on trips to Bhutan. Here, a peek inside the palace kitchen.

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Instanom

From cooking comedians to an Ina Garten-obsessed author, these are the public personas we had the most fun following on Instagram and Twitter this year.

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News Feed

Miranda Lambert, who lives on a Tishomingo, Oklahoma, ranch with her equally famous heartthrob husband, Blake Shelton, recently opened her second business in the town: an eight-room bed-and-breakfast called The Ladysmith.

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Hungry Crowd

Kate Hudson has transformed herself into a winemaking, flatbread-baking cartoon in Farmville 2: Country Escape. The mobile game now features the actor's Santa Barbara winery, Hudson Bellamy, as well as a fantastic fall dish that you can make at home.

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News Feed

Plenty of hotels are home to stunning, world-class art collections, but the new Beaumont London is the one of the only places in the world where you can actually sleep inside a modern masterpiece.

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Hungry Crowd

Country star Miranda Lambert on bow-hunting wild turkey at her ranch and working the soda fountain at her Pink Pistol boutique.

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Expert Guide

In How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are, by chic Parsiennes Caroline de Maigret, Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan and Sophie Mas, you get the feeling these women are simply fed up with being asked for their advice and decided to write it all down.

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FoodandWine

9 amazing places fashion insiders hung out during Paris Fashion Week. 

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Celebrity Travel Tips

George Clooney and noted human rights attorney Amal Alamuddin tied the knot in Venice this weekend, and the most interesting detail to emerge from the weekend's festivities is the location, The Aman Canal Grande Venice.

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Hungry Crowd

This star dancer is unafraid to cook for the entire American Ballet Theatre company, but Japanese rice balls make her nervous.

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